Fees & Payment Information

 

Thank you for your interest in my counseling and therapy services. 

Here are some answers to common questions about paying for services. If you have questions or concerns that aren't addressed here, then I hope you'll contact me so we can talk about options. 

 

What Are your standard fees?

Here are the standard fees for sessions in my Atlanta office. These rates are competitive with other experienced, high quality therapists in the area.

50-Minute Regular Session - $170

75-Minute Extended Session - $250

100-Minute Extended Session - $320

To book an extended session, contact Brian directly. Double sessions cannot be scheduled in the online scheduling portal.

Are Discounted Sessions Available?

Sometimes. If you are able to come in weekly during an off-peak times (like 5:00 pm on weekdays), then I can sometimes offer a small discount.

I also allow two slots for sliding scale appointments. As of this moment, though, both slots are taken.

If you’d like to learn more about discounted sessions, please contact Brian directly.

 

What forms of payment do you accept? 

I collect fees at the end of each session. Here are options for method of payment:

  • Check

  • Debit Card

  • Credit Card

  • HSA Card

  • Cash

 

What Are Your Cancellation and No Show Charges?

In order to avoid a cancellation fee, be sure to contact me at least 24 hours in advance of your appointment. 

If you cancel late or do not show for your appointment, I will send an invoice via email that you can pay online with a credit or debit card. There are rare exceptions to this rule, and if it happens, I'm happy to discuss your situation.

If you cancel late or do not show for multiple sessions, I may require prepayment or a credit card number on file to guarantee future sessions.

 

Do you accept insurance?

I am not in network with any insurance companies.

HSA/FSA cards and accounts

If you have a health savings account through your plan or your employer, than you can pay for sessions with those funds. 

Out of network benefits

Many clients are able to file a claim directly with their insurance company and request reimbursement. 

To find out if you are eligible for out of network benefits, call your insurance company or benefits administrator. Many of my clients find out they are eligible for out of network benefits and can be reimbursed for a significant amount of the fee.